His productions harking back to the mid-90s, UK's Neville Watson releases his debut album on the highly respected Crème Organisation. His expertise accrued over these many years, the album rolls out lush analogue sounds, reworking classic Chicago themes, effortlessly jacking and meandering to the end. Bomb!
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Wild Oats is the label of Detroit's shooting star Kyle Hall, dedicated to releasing his unique brand of inventive, low-fi, and free-style house music.
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Original rave classic from 1992 is hauled out of its Scottish label Hubba Hubba's vaults, reissued by UTTU. Haughton's awesomely sexy Mo' Better Grooves and Ruffneck's deadly speed tribal mixes from the original are included alongside UTTU's Capracara and Marquis Hawkes and Northern Souls 2013 reworks.
Jovonn's 1994 'Stump It EP' gets reissued by Mojuba, a timely injection of quality garage house tracks into today's dancefloors. Old school goodness as 'Garage Shelter' hazily shimmies and shines, 'Love Destination's vocals and deep grooves seduce, a Tuff City Kids remix rounds off with a true treat.
Complementary to his recent output as half of Innerspace Halflife, homeboy Ike Release lets his Chicago roots shine through. 'Cosmic Supreme' tantalising galactical lusts, 'Spells' grooving closer to home whilst 'Westview' wraps a fiesty badass jackin' workout in soft candyfloss synth swaths. Awesome EP, don't miss.
Ahead of Steffi's hotly anticipated Panorama Bar mix, the first lot of exclusives appears. Headed up by Fred P (aka Black Jazz Consortium)'s busy yet smooth blissed out winder, Juju & Jordash's cheeky and hearty bumping bounce and Detroit's Big Strick gorgeously hazy 'Hayday'. Quality house for the lovers.
Current darlings of the UK dance scene Bicep get busy on Aus Music. The Belfast duo deliver a dancefloor ready EP, 'Stash' reliving 90s vibes of Chicago/UK chart hits, 'Rise' mincing further into euphoric house epics and 'The Game' floats dreamily between Marshall Jefferson, Virgo and the Dutch west coast.
His debut full length 'Cytheria' a firm favourite in the zero-inch office, Greek-born Berlin-based June drops another serving of his analogue warm proto-house. Oozing with 80s synth Italo allure, hip-loose rhythms and cosmic melodies, done with such genuine charm, it's easy to see why DJ Sprinkles is such a fan!
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